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    [SOLVED] Re: C++ window? Could python?.

    Even that requires some knowledge of a programming language. Anything that has something to do with a GUI is complex as long is it is not just a blank window (and even that requires a few lines of...
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    [other] Re: Video into PowerPoint

    Agreed. If you think it is a Wine problem, that changes the situation
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    [SOLVED] Re: SDL, OpenGL, and ray tracing

    Since you're already working with OpenGL I suppose you remember the very first example in every SDL tutorial: Drawing pixels on screen. You already have the colors set, now simply draw them (Lock...
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    Re: Yep, this is a newbie message

    I will say this as someone who is still learning new programming languages: Use a language that you like + can do what you want in a not-too-complicated way (Ruby, Python, pretty much all scripting...
  5. Re: First BASh Script Ever. Please Critique. :)

    I've seen worse.
    Nah, just kidding lol. It is not too difficult to create but as long as it works (can't try atm) and is useful it must be great :)

    Suggestion: use Zenity to improve the look of...
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    Re: Compiler in Eclipse

    You can set it in preferences, search around a bit, it shouldn't be too hard.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Stick with Java?

    My source is from Windows forums tho, the developer wrote it itself.
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    Re: Java Programming & Linux Distros

    Thanks for so much info, I really appreciate it. I will stick to Java for a while, I got 2x700 pages long books about Java and it should be enough to learn to make something useful.

    My biggest...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Stick with Java?

    Windows is written in C, C++ and C#. And by saying Windows I don't mean apps, but the OS itself. So the answer is yes, C++ can do lots of stuff. But I prefer C myself.
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    Java Programming & Linux Distros

    Hi everyone!

    Lately, I've been programming in Java (only the basic stuff) and I kinda liked it. I mean, I really liked it. But my question is this: Is it worth learning Java to program on Ubuntu...
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    [ubuntu] Watching TV with FlyTV Platinum

    Hi everyone!

    I found this old LifeView FlyTV Platinum card, put it in the computer and tried to make it work with Ubuntu. It gets recognized with

    dmesg | grep saa7133
    but this is where I'm...
  12. Thread: C++ help

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    [other] Re: C++ help

    Thats not enough:

    Here's what you need to do:


    g++ [arguments] file.cpp -o executable_name

    Insted of [arguments] use a real argument, like -Wall, or nothing at all.
    then run it with:_
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    Re: Probably a simple C problem

    I thought of everything but %c -.-
    thanks for your help man :)
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    Probably a simple C problem

    Hi everyone!

    I'm working with a really long array of numbers and I ran into a really weird problem that I cannot fix. So I thought you might know ;D

    I'm simply trying to print the array...
  15. Poll: Re: What's the point of locking off the archives "from public view"?

    Don't remove them, they are VERY helpful, even if they are 5 years old (or more). Some of the posts will be helpful all the time, no matter what version of ubuntu we will be using.
    Must agree to...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Simple shell programming problem

    Why not try the grep command? ;) Just add -o for better result.
    And thanks for the code, it seems hard, but I'll try to understand it.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Simple shell programming problem

    I already posted this solution above, but the problem is that this prints the whole line, not the part between 'is' and 'new'. Re-read the thread ;)
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    [SOLVED] Re: Simple shell programming problem

    For anyone that will ever be searching for something like this again, here is the solution. I used simple command grep.


    grep is.*new < ubuntu.txt

    (Ubuntu.txt keeps the text mentioned above.)...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Simple shell programming problem

    This could be used but, lets say I don't know where in text there are words 'is' and 'new' and I want to print stuff between them.

    I could use something like:

    awk '/is/,/new/' ubuntu.txt

    But...
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    [SOLVED] Simple shell programming problem

    Hi everyone!

    Recently I got into awk and couldn't find out how to print something from one string to another.

    I don't want to print the whole line, just the content between 2 strings.

    Let's...
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    [SOLVED] Re: PHP Browsing Pictures

    That looks even better and easier. Thanks again :)
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    [SOLVED] Re: PHP Browsing Pictures

    Oh trust me, I googled a lot, but I wasn't sure what to google. Your solutions are logical, I didn't even think of them. I will try them out for sure.

    Thanks a lot :)
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    [SOLVED] PHP Browsing Pictures

    Hi everyone!

    I'm making a simple website that loads pictures from a folder. The code works, but the problem is that everytime I click a 'next' or a 'previous' button, the variable $i resets back...
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    Re: Error in LINUX...!?

    I wouldn't call this an error. But I understand what you're trying to say.
  25. Re: Make a wish , everybody get in here ;) Happy Christmas to Ubuntu

    Yes it is a nice guitar and I'm begging Santa to bring it fast :P Well a PS3 sounds good too, but I'm not really a gaming consoles fan so guitar was my first choice. You can still buy a guitar next...
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